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Animal Lovers Oppose Animal Abuse at UniverSoul Circus

Animal Lovers Oppose Animal Abuse at UniverSoul Circus

Sunday night animal advocacy group Animal Allies of Western New York completed a three day protest of UniverSoul Circus.  The circus was set up in the University at Buffalo parking lot and ran from Thursday, July 7th to Sunday, July10th.  Animal Allies of WNY were on site to educate the public about the suffering endured by animals performing at UniverSoul Circus.

Free Kids Entrée at Amherst Applebee’s This 4th of July

Free Kids Entrée at Amherst Applebee’s This 4th of July

Before the fireworks blast off, kids 10 and under are invited to celebrate our nation’s independence with a free meal at the Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar restaurant in Amherst, NY.

FREE Panel and Reception: "Developing the Larkin District: Past, Present and Into the Future"

FREE Panel and Reception: "Developing the Larkin District: Past, Present and Into the Future"

Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society and the Wehle School of Business at Canisius College, in collaboration with the Larkin Development Group, are pleased to present an evening program titled “Developing the Larkin District: Past, Present and Into the Future.” Additional support and sponsorship comes generously from the Darwin Martin House and Western New York Heritage magazine.

This FREE event is open to the public and will take place Wednesday, June 22, 2011, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the Carl & Carol Montante Cultural Center on the campus of Canisius College. A reception, also free and open to the public, will begin at 6 p.m.

The public is invited to this FREE program featuring expert speakers on Buffalo’s first manufacturing district, the innovative Larkin Company, world-renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s Larkin Administration Building, and the future of this historic district in the twenty-first century.

What I Like About Mary Queen of Angels School — Part 9

What I Like About Mary Queen of Angels School — Part 9

Following is one of several stories written by members of the Mary Queen of Angels Regional Catholic School Writers’ Club. Members of the club were asked to write a brief essay about why they enjoy Mary Queen of Angels School, or their fondest MQA memory. For more information about the school, located at 170 Rosewood Terrace in Cheektowaga, please visit www.mqangels.com

By Savannah M., Grade 6

What I Like About Mary Queen of Angels School — Part 8

What I Like About Mary Queen of Angels School — Part 8

Following is one of several stories written by members of the Mary Queen of Angels Regional Catholic School Writers’ Club. Members of the club were asked to write a brief essay about why they enjoy Mary Queen of Angels School, or their fondest MQA memory. For more information about the school, located at 170 Rosewood Terrace in Cheektowaga, please visit www.mqangels.com

By Jamie Z., Grade 8

What I Like About Mary Queen of Angels School — Part 7

What I Like About Mary Queen of Angels School — Part 7

Following is one of several stories written by members of the Mary Queen of Angels Regional Catholic School Writers’ Club. Members of the club were asked to write a brief essay about why they enjoy Mary Queen of Angels School, or their fondest MQA memory. For more information about the school, located at 170 Rosewood Terrace in Cheektowaga, please visit www.mqangels.com. 

Alecia B., Grade 8

What I Like About Mary Queen of Angels School — Part 6

What I Like About Mary Queen of Angels School — Part 6

Following is one of several stories written by members of the Mary Queen of Angels Regional Catholic School Writers’ Club. Members of the club were asked to write a brief essay about why they enjoy Mary Queen of Angels School, or their fondest MQA memory. For more information about the school, located at 170 Rosewood Terrace in Cheektowaga, please visit www.mqangels.com

By Bethany L., Grade 6